You know, very often we get the finished product in a package and we don't bother thinking how it came about. We find it on the shelves, buy it and enjoy it. I never thought I would have qualms over a bar of chocolate, especially me. However, after watcing a video on how chocolate is made I don't think I will eat another bar of chocolate without looking back at what I saw. There's a lot of blah blah blah on paper and by word of mouth, regarding rights and needs. And yet, it's power and money that will move mountains in the end. I was searching on slavery for students I teach at school and I entered a website, howstuffworks.com re slavery. I got chocolate slavery. It showed that the Ivory Coast is the largest producer of chocolate in the world. Production of chocolate in this country amongst others is done by child slavery. Kids from 9 to 12 years are sold in chocolate slavery. If they ever escape, the physical, mental and emotional harm inflicted can never be erased. These kids never taste the end result of their production or get paid for what they do. Since they're at a distance it's easy to avoid their existence. And yet, there's one thing which can topple over any power, and of course, make chocolate taste once again enjoyable. It's the masses - when a large mass of people group together to make a difference, and they usually do. Chocolate slavery can also be defeated in this way.